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in the nfl directly contributed to husband suicide. that's coming up. >> 11 minutes past the hour. news is breaking at 11 past noon on the west coast. this is taft high school in california where there has been another school shooting today. at least two people shot at taft union high school in california's san joaquin valley. it happened this morning just before noon -- 9:00 this morning on the west coast. the incident happened at that time and students were evacuated to the football field. now we're waiting nor sheriff to give an update. kget reported at least three ambulances and a med-evac helicopter had been sent to the scene. the captain from the fire department told nbc news that one victim with minor injuries refused treatment, and we're waiting to hear more about the suspect. the sheriff promised some information. we're expecting to get it. i mention, this is in the san joaquin valley, 30 miles southwest of bakersfield. this comes a month after the one in new ton, connecticut, that claimed the lives of 20 children and six adults. again, this sheriff to update us on what happen
knocks a major part of the nfl. >> if you add up all the days of practice, training camp and games, that's a lot of hits. >> reporter: recently the league has come under fire. more than 4,000 former players and sued the league in a landmark class action lawsuit. they claim the nfl misled them for decades on the risks of brain injury. this is just no focus on the most important part of your body, which is your brain. >> reporter: the league insists it's made players safety a top priority. the family said they understand that violence is part of football and while the hits make the highlight reels. it's not worth it to not have a dad. >> reporter: the nfl said that the findings on the brain under score the need for more research on concussion related injuries. abc news washington. >> much more of the interview with the family just keep it right here for world news at 6:30. >>> we are working for you with all of the information that you need about brain injury specifically concussions. just head to abc 2news.com/concussion. we have everything from the warning signs, a child could have a co
of one of the nfl's all time great players. junior seau took his life last may and now doctors believe 20 years of taking hit after hit to his head likely led to a brain disease called cte. next hour, dr. gupta will be back and ask if it could have led to his suicide. excitement builds as brazil is preparing to host the 2014 soccer world cup, but you heard about this today. it's not just the sport fans getting ready. the city's prostitutes are preparing, but not in the way you may be thinking. details are next. ♪ constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips' caplets don't. they have magnesium. for effective relief of occasional constipation. thanks. [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. phillips'. . >>> in brazil in the city north of sao paulo, excitement is already building for the biggest event of 2014. the soccer world cup. it's not just the sports fans getting ready. no, no, no. prostitutes are brushing up on english skills, taking classes to make communicating with their english-speaking johns a tad easier. the anchor at cnn in esp anol. wh
is innocent. >>> well, as the redskins return to prominence in the n.f.l. , there has been more talk about the team returning to the district of columbia. they've been playing at fed ex field in landover since 1997. and now bruce johnson reports that d.c. mayor vincent gray wants a name change to be a part of any future relocation discussion. >> reporter: mayor gray says there's been no commitment from skins owner dan snyder but there have been talks. have you had a discussion with dan snyder about bringing the redskins back to d.c. say in five years? >> i've talked to the team. we have had very preliminary discussions. >> reporter: the mayor suggested the team would have to undergo a name change. >> there's no doubt there's going to have to be a discussion about that. >> reporter: native americans and others consider it a racial slur but team owner dan snyder has won court battles to keep it. mr. mayor, you think the name ought to be changed? need to drop the redskins? >> i think it has become a lightning rod. i would love to be able to sit down with the team, bruce. i'm happy to do that
in the nfl. notre dame's head coach, could he be looking for a move to the pros? which could have him facing the redskins twice a year. scott smith will have the details. >>> the u.s. postal service had a problem on his hands. over more than 100 chickens were heading to somewhere else. the washington humane society stepped in to rescue them and helped them find a permanent home. irene, drop the itch. we dropped the itch, you can too. with maximum strength scalpicin®. it's not a shampoo so you can stop intense itch fast, wherever you are. i dropped the itch. free yourself from embarrassing scalp itch. drop the itch with maximum strength scalpicin®. also available scalpicin® 2 in 1, itch relief plus dandruff control. . >>> i'm scott smith with the sports edge. robert griffin 3 doesn't like to wait. a division title in the year's proof of that and he's making sure to take a similar approach in his recovery from surgery. in a radio interview, the doctor who performed the operation said that griffin was already waiting on him this morning to start his rehab and recovery. not even 24 hours afte
. barbara, back to you. >> thanks, danella. >>> new today, details about the brain of the late nfl great junio junio juniors say you. they say he had a degenerative brain disease. he was suffering from cte which leads to dementia, memory loss and depression and is associated with repeated head injuries. it's also been found in dozens of other nfl players. this comes as the nfl faces lawsuits by thousands of former players who say the league withheld the information about the harmful effects concussions can have on their health. >>> in other football news d.c. maier vincent grey said held consider changing the redskins name if the team moves back into the district. >> i think it has become a lightning rod and i would love to be able to sit down with the team and i'm happy to do that. sit down with the team and others concerned and see if a change can be made. obviously, our basketball team did that. >> some people say the name redskins offensive to native americans. the mayor and other city leaders have talked to the team about possibly bringing a new stadium where rfk is located now. >>>
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wants more answers. a new discovery has been >>> star nfl linebacker junior seau was suffering a brain disease when he killed himself last spring. researchers at nih made that discovery after seau's family asked them to investigate the death. they found the nfl great had chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or cti, i can say, common in people with, symptoms including mood swings, irrationality, and depression. his family said he exhibited all those behaviors prior to his suicide. >>> tomorrow the centers for disease control and prevention will come out with their latest flu numbers, and they're expecting some big increase sfloos doreen gentzler joins us with what details about what local doctors are seeings. >> if you haven't gotten your flu shot yet, it is not too late, but don't wait another minute to get one. that's because some clinicings are running low on flew vaccine supplie supplies. >> headaches, sore throat, achy. >> i'm buying hall's and airborne to keep me from getting sick. >> reporter: patients are pouring into the e.r. looking for relief. >> we've had a huge surge. probably
major surgery on his right knee. highway tore the acl back in college. >>> the nfl players association the latest group to demand better turf at fedex field. the union says the field was in horrible condition before sunday's game against the seahawks. it conducts a survey each year of playing fields at nfl stadiums. it has not released its latest results, but fed next field usually -- fedex field usually ranks in the middle. that is likely to change this year. >> this is terrible. this is terrible. >> one of the seahawks' players yesterday had some strong words about the field. michael robinson compared the conditions to "working in a sweatshop." he shot this video of the field before the game. >>> 6:04. this morning a duel action for virginia lawmakers -- a call to action for virginia lawmakers. governor mcdonnell used his state of the commonwealth address to push for incentives. mcdonnell urged lawmakers to sign off on a new $3.1 billion transportation plan, including more money for the dulles metro extension, as well as an education plan that includes teacher pay raises, new teacher
today former nfl star linebacker, junior seau, who committed suicide at the age of 43 last may had the same brain condition diagnosed in at least two former nfl players who also took their own lives. seau's family asked that his brain tissue be analyzed after his death. test results from the national institutes of health show he had a brain disease called cte, caused by repeated blows to the head. symptoms can include memory loss, aggression and depression. >>> now to a life or death struggle that has captured attention around the world. 11 whales trapped under the ice, running out of breathing room. and just as a rescue mission was ramping up, something unexpected took place. it's all happening way up in remote northern quebec. and nbc news chief environmental affairs correspondent anne thompson has our report. >> this is a scene of beauty and bewhich woulderment. the ocean's top predators, killer whales, fighting to breathe in canada's hudson bay. this pod of orcas has become an international sensation. watching whales that can grow to 8 tons, taking turns coming up for air in a
-- glamorous and balls. a >> covering the nation tonight, star nfl linebacker was suffering from but the generative disease many took his own life last may. doctors conducted a study of three unidentified brains and found that he was suffering from a dramatic encephalopathy. seau's family says he exhibited symptoms in private and they became worse before he took his own life. pressure to release photographs taken of osama bin laden before and after the raid that killed him. a group argued before the u.s. court of appeals that the obama administration claims it releasing that information could harm national security, but the group says there is not a specific basis for that claim. the appeals panel is concerned that the images could be used by al-qaeda for anti-american propaganda. >> meanwhile, the movie about the killing of osama bin laden, "zero dark thirty" is nominated for best picture. the nominations were announced this morning. "lincoln" received the most nominations. other pictures vying for best picture -- "les mis" and "life of pi." the field for best actress includes
information about an nfl linebacker who committed suicide last year. really stunning the country. what was junior sea ureport he hadly suffering from? new information for you next hour. jon: a would-be thief in milwaukee got a whole lot more than he bargained for when armed with a knife he tried to rob a convenience store. the woman behind the counter didn't even flinch. instead she went straight for her gun, pointing it at her head. he made a break for it. and she took off after him. fortunately for him she didn't catch him. neither did police. that is why they're releasing surveillance video hoping someone would recognize the would-be thief. jenna: wow another story we're watching here in new york city. new information on that commuter ferry crash that left dozens of people injured. you saw it live on our air yesterday. rick has more on this. rick? >> reporter: the ntsb is leading the investigation, jenna and they're trying to figure out why the ferry came into the dock as hard as it did. the impact sent passengers hurling through the air with dozens of people thrown into their fello
con el futbol americano de la nfl. robert griffin iii, quarterback novato de los redskins de washington, estaria camino al quirofano. una fuente de alto nivel dentro de la organizaciÓn de los redskins, dijo que griffin serÁ operado del ligamento lateral colateral y que, durante el procedimiento, el doctor james andrews evaluara el ligamento cruzado anterior y determinarÁ si es necesario que tambiÉn sea reparado. aunque no se ha dado a conocer una fecha ni un horario exactos, la cirugÍa estÁ programada para realizarse esta misma semana. griffin se lesionÓ el domingo pasad, lo que ha desatado la controversia en torno a que si el entrenador en jefe mike shanahan debiÓ permitirle regresar a la cancha a pesar de vamos con las novedades del beisbol de grandes ligas. y es que adam laroche aceptÓ un contrato de dos aÑos para regresar con los nacionales de washington. el acuerdo, otorga ademÁs al primera base y al club una opciÓn a mutua por un tercer aÑo. como agente libre, laroche pretendÍa un contrato de tres aÑos al te Érmino de una temporada en la que bateÓ 33 cu
called nfl and college football games for 30 years is live to lead our rgiii coverage. >> the criticism is reaching a crescendo against mike shanahan and the washington redskins. it was the worst case scenario for the washington redskins. it lasted 5.5 hours. they repaired the lateral ligament and the aclu. -- acl. this is the second time rgiii's knee has been reconstructed. the integrity had been compromised in the longevity somewhat diminished. when can you expect him back? that also is controversial. the first six-eight weeks of recovery are critical. the redskins says he could be back in the six-eight months. that is very optimistic after a full reconstruction of the need. it is a redo, the second time he has had the knee reconstructed. that is the optimistic probability. the rehab it now begins. he is fit and extremely motivated. >> we definitely know that much. the reconstruction of two ligaments including the acl is a long the process for a professional athlete, let alone for anybody at home. tom roussey with the struggle people face with a knee surgery. >> folks we talked to in
wins on the road. eight total. more than any other nfl team. since 2009.on a game likee oddsmakers' do not the chance against manning in denver, ray lewis could care less. he knows a thing or two about beating the odds. >> i do not get caught up in this person feels like this. does that make him ri doccaght or wrong? everybody has an opinion. whatever their opinion, let them have it. the game has to be played. you have to play the game on sunday. that is where we feel. let the game played out. whoever wins, some people will be right and some people will be wrong. >> they have great players and they have great coaches. it is a great combination they can give you. they can give you every play in the books or they can [inaudible] it with a can be excellent because they have such great players. >> peyton manning is going to accuse the ravens of being in piniella after that interview? the 12 game win streak crumble. they had it going on in early on. maryland building its lead. a tenacious basket. fsu had its first lead. 11 seconds left. terps with the ball. michael snare misses the crucial
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than 30 nfl players have been found to have deceased nfl players found to have that same disease. >>> caps training camp scheduled to start on sunday, but players and fans alike have been getting reacclimated to the practice facility already. that's where guys like brooks got an early start and shared some of their thoughts about the lockout. from lockout to plaqueout. a serene setting as unofficial practice started in the dark. >> still locked out, apparently. >> reporter: lighting the lamp not as much of a concern. >> ovechkin. >> reporter: as bringing back the casual fan bridge et, her friend and their kids came from annapolis just to watch practice. >> i want them to be excited about hockey, and i don't want them to be aware of all the stuff that goes on in the background. i just want them to come watch the game, enjoy it and like hockey. >> i field like we just punched our sport in the face. i feel bad for everything that was affected about i it directly or indirectly. i'm sitting there saying a, how do you take a sport away and then, b, how do you take it away from everythi
about sports and sports injuries. in the nfl especially. remember junior seau last year who took his own life. he shot himself in the chest because he wanted his brain to be studied. the doctors looked at his brain and told the family and they report this morning that his brain did test positive for chronic traumatic encephalopathy or cte repeated blows to the head and head injuries that can lead to dementia, memory loss. it is a problem that's plagued a lot of former nfl players. this is the issue that the nfl has to address when we talk about helmet to helmet blows and the sort of violent nature of the nfl. >> bill: so much evidence of this. i think dave zirin told us there are 9,000 lawsuits. phenomenal number. >> peter: one big lawsuit with several former players injuries lead -- brain injuries are leading to major problems. which leads us to this story. virginia commonwealth university did a study and looked at how we, as a nation, are doing in the health department. >> bill: this is stunning. >> peter: turns out we're not doing so great. americans die sooner and experience higher r
news/espn exclusive investigation into the death of nfl great junior seau. doctors revealing their findings for the first time. and it could affect players from the big leagues to pop warner. abc's jim avila is here with the story. jim, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. a giant in the game, junior seau is now perhaps the biggest name in football, linked to brain damage for taking too many hits to the head. abc news and espn learned exclusively that, before his suicide, seau suffered damage to his very brain cells. >> junior seau! >> reporter: junior seau, an icon in the 1990s, whose passionate hits made him a dominant figure in the nfl. but, after his sudden suicide in 2012, many questioned whether the effect of those hits on the 43-year-old's brain, could have played a role. >> the head-to-head contact, the collisions, they're out of control. >> reporter: now, seau's family says it has an answer to that question from the national institutes of health. abc news and espn have learned exclusively, seau's brain showed visible signs of cte, chronic traumatic encephalopathy
now know more about this story because there is a new study that has found that former nfl linebacker junior seau suffered from traumatic brain disease because of head trauma. he killed himself last may two years after retiring as one of the best linebackers in nfl history. a team of scientists from the national institute of health analyzed his brain tissue and found this disease, and they have just released the findings this morning. that diseaves being hit over time on the football field can cause dementia, memory loss and depression. several dozen football players have been diagnosed with traumatic brain disease and it is a area of a lot of discussion right now within the nfl and this will fuel that no doubt. bill: to the town with its own way of addressing the gun debate in america. this from the city of utah. spring city lawmakers are encouraging everyone living in the town to own a gun and to take gun training. kneel sor neil sorenson first proposed the ordinance. good morning to you and welcome to "america's newsroom." >> good morning. bill: explain to our audience the motivati
, fox news. >>> pathology reports shows the former nfl player junior seau had a degenerative brain disease. they studied his brain at the request of the family and doctors found abnormalities with linked to cte, that is said to cause major memory loss and dementia in a number of football players. >>> gary mcgrady, all i heard you say was that it's going to get better. >> hard to believe. >> that's right. >> and temperature, not so much. >> okay. >> and we're talking about the warm-up coming our way for the weekend and all things considered and let's show you that, too. 55 down there in fredericksburg and this is two great days. i'm jealous. you were in the mid-60s yesterday and we were stuck in the 40s and lower 50s. it's two good days down south. culpeper, 54; monasses pox; we're 52 in town and notice to the north and west, hagerstown, 44; martinsburg, 47 and winchester, 46 and some 40s out there. it's been nice today and some sunshine. the temperatures into the mid- 50s for most of us and this is what is happening now. high clouds are coming on across and that rain stays away and
came back, the number one running back in the nfl after acl surgery what are rg iii's chances of coming back? >> it is unfair to compare this. this is a second surgery, he already had the acl repaired once and also had a second ligament involved as well. dr. andrews gave an encouraging report today, saying 6 to 8 months should be ready to start the season. there are many people think that may be too optimistic and we may be looking at a return at some point in the middle of the season. some people may say he may not be functioning at his previous level right away. it may be some time for him to be back, the old rg iii we knew. for washington dc the bigger issue is having him come back at full force and really hoping he has a great longevity to his career. >> all right. thanks so much for coming in. >> thank you. >> brian. >> not you yet brian. we will talk about what we asked our facebook friends today, what impact will rg iii's injury have in future. >> he will be back by week one and better than ever. >> with this type of injury i feel even when it heals that knee will limit his abili
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from the e.r. if you are sick. an espn investigation, an nfl superstar, junior seau. we have proof that he had brain damage. everyone in football talking about this tonight. also, we'll be covering the oscars so please join us. >> you can watch those stories and more tonight on "world news" after abc 7 news at 6:00. >> 7 is on your side with a new drug guideline. the food and drug administration is requiring drug makers such as ambien to lower the dosage of the drug. it is based on studies that the active ingredient in the drug is high enough to cause difficulty driving the next morning. there is a number of car accidents connected to these drugs. >> 7 is on your side with a warning for democracy customers. they are warning customers about a scam where someone calls claiming to be a demon employee. he threaten tos co cut off electricity if the bill is not paid within hours or they might claim there is problem with your meter. dominion says they will never ask for direct payment but they will direct customers how to make a payment. >> coming up at 6
's what they think about junior seau seau. it showed chronic encephalopathy. most of the nfl players brains have shown this. these are people who wanted their brain studied. they are a little bit of a biased group. clearly, it is a significant issue. stage four being anger, um pu e impulsivity. >> so the knocks to his head changed his personality too? >> what we've learned from this is the only thing that can cause this problem, known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy, is like an alzheimer's disease that strikes young people i saw some first-hand. went to the lab where they are looking at this. that chronic traumatic encephalopathy can be caused by concussions and sub con cuss sieve hits. seau didn't have a lot of concussions but he did have a lot of hits to the head tichlts not just concussions but just repeated blows to the head over a very long career. >> how many hits to the head and you get this condition? >> we don't seem to have an absolute number. this is still relatively emerging science. a couple years ago, we weren't hardly talking about this. we do seem to know that th
this just like the problem in the nfl with domestic violence. >> bill: why would anyone -- let me quote you one more thing. >> okay. >> bill: this is from sue carter professor of journalism at michigan state. all right? quote: it's extraordinarily inappropriate to focus on an individual's looks. >> that's stupid. >> bill: if you are a beauty queen and you are in the stands and you are the girlfriend of the quarterback. what else do you do? the point i'm trying to make culture. >> everybody is afraid. gotten to the point everybody is so afraid to say anything. >> trying to get points with the left. >> why would espn try to get points? shear a bulletin for espn. >> in case somebody might be offended we better go out there and apologize. >> bill: no feminist watch you. >> i don't know if that's true. >> you can't comment on the cheerleaders i guess. why would the football game have cheerleaders? the whole thing is ridiculous. >> bill: sitting around boomerring the guy. >> i'm a new sports fan. you obviously don't watch "fox news sunday." i'm a new sports fan. i will be watching a the love the
meeting with the president at the white house. >>> and still ahead, we're learning new details about nfl player junior sayeh's death and the disease he was suffering from before his suicide. did it play a role in his death? >>> plus, new liberal support for congressman barney frank after the retiring democrat makes it clear he wants, well, he wants to temporarily fill john kerry's soon to be vacated senate seat. >>> and be sure to check out the "news nation" tumbr page. this photograph is of someone hiding from the cold. we ask you, can you guess who's behind the blanket? the answer is at the bolt tom of the screen to the left. so, we all set? i've got two tickets to paradise! pack your bags, we'll leave tonight. uhh, it's next month, actually... eddie continues singing: to tickets to... paradiiiiiise! no four. remember? whoooa whooaa whooo! you know ronny, folks who save hundreds of dollars by switching to geico sure are happy. and how happy are they jimmy? happier than eddie money running a travel agency. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. >>>
20 minutes, a physical therapist who is a former nfl player that suffered an acl tear himself joins us to talk about what rehab could look like. >>> and good morning. thank you for watching 9 news. it is 6:00 a.m. >> it could look like hard work. >> definitely. but it's amazing that we start the walking as soon as it's over with. >> already had the surgery. >> i know. back on his feet. >> yeah. >> cheers. >> yeah. >>> welcome. glad you're here. take eightway. >> it's a comfortably cold
tonight, new information about the impacts of all the blows to the head to the late nfl star. how they could have pushed that there to take his own life. >>> a new study finds the amount of food that people throw away is staggering. in london, the story is coming up. >>> did your mom ever try to get you to clean your plate by reminding you how many people around the world were starving and would like to have that much food? a new study finds in this country and around the world as a matter of fact as much as half of the food being served, it is actually going to waste and as they reported, it may have started at your house. >> reporter: the amount of food that's ending up in the landfill is staggering. a report from the institution claims up to 50% of the food produced around the world every year gets thrown out. >> it's very difficult to keep track of the fresh fruit and vegetables in the fridge. >> reporter: they say in someareas, poor agricultural practices, properly storing and transporting food is a problem. even in the united states and britain, they find that shoppers toss
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are the rights fees, you saw nfl negotiated 10 year deal after a labor agreement a couple years ago. the rights fees for the games are ex orb tan they have to make up the money in the super bowl and play-off, each network is in the rotation every year, they have to make it up here. >> you know advertisers don't have to sign up for this, why do they? >> they want to get in front of 130 to 150 million people and those eyeballs, everyone talks about it they score the advertisements they talk about it over the water cooler for days, they have a life of their own, they go to the internet, a lot of people who are casual fans do not know a lot about football, they want to join the party, and many just want to see the commercials it has become an event in itself. neil: is there an indicator for all of the big spending ahead of a super bowl? >> it is every year will be bigger than activity last year. the super bowl overtime is getting more important, more people are watching and the price is going up each year. this is so important for advertisers, that is why they are in it. they have nowhere else to g
much now, one year to the nfl and i'm thinking it's so unfair for him to have to deal with that. >> well, rg 3 has been getting so much attention so if you're somebody that wants to get into that attention head wind that he's getting and get your name
football took a new turn today. a brain analysis found former n.f.l. great junior seau was suffering from c.t.e., a degenerative brain disease, when he committed suicide last may. the national institutes of health said there were abnormalities widely linked to repetitive blows to the head. seau had been a star linebacker for 20 years before retiring in 2009. in economic news, american express announced it's cutting about 5,400 jobs as it restructures. the reductions will come mainly in the company's travel business. and on wall street, stocks had a good day, after reports suggesting the economic outlooks in china and europe may be improving. the dow jones industrial average gained more than 80 points to close at 13,471. the nasdaq rose nearly 16 points to close above 3,121. the standard and poor's 500 hit another five-year high, topping 1,470. those are some of the day's major stories. now, back to judy. >> woodruff: a series of bombings across pakistan killed over 100 people today and injured scores more. a short while ago, ray suarez talked by phone to "new york times" reporter declan wal
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